In response to soaring prices of raw materials such as grains, private credit bureaus say that more than 8,300 products have already been raised or will be raised in the future by major domestic food and beverage manufacturers. I found out by the investigation of.

The number of products scheduled to increase in price exceeds 3,000 in June and July alone, and this is likely to be the "summer of price increase".

Teikoku Databank, a private credit bureau, surveyed 105 major domestic food and beverage manufacturers this month.



According to that, 68 companies, which is about 60%, answered that they have already raised the price or plan to raise the price in the future.



The total number of price increases is more than 8,300, which is more than 2,000 more than last month's survey, and the average price increase is 12%.



By item, "processed foods" such as cup ramen, ham, and frozen foods are the most popular, and against the backdrop of soaring prices of wheat and cooking oil, the prices of about 3600 items will increase by an average of 13%.



In addition, the prices of beer and juice for "liquor and beverages" will rise due to soaring prices of malt, corn, and PET bottle raw materials due to high crude oil prices, and the depreciation of the yen will increase the cost of importing wine and other products. The price will be increased by%.



There are about 3,100 items scheduled to increase in price in June and July alone, and the credit bureau said, "The recent sharp increase in costs is likely to make it a'summer of price increases.' In some cases, companies that have survived the "stealth price increase" have been forced to raise prices significantly, and if raw material prices rise further in the future, there is a possibility that the "price increase rush" will continue even after the fall. "

Items subject to price increases are ...

Let's take a closer look at the items that are subject to price increases.



▽ The most common processed foods are about 3600 items, with an average price increase of 13%.



In addition to soaring prices of wheat and cooking oil, prices of cup ramen, hams and sausages, frozen foods, etc. are rising against the backdrop of rising prices of meat and seafood.



▽ The price of seasonings has increased by an average of 10% for about 1700 items.



Due to soaring prices of edible oils such as rapeseed oil and rising prices of vegetables such as tomatoes, prices of dressings, mayonnaise, curry roux and spices have increased.



▽ The price of alcoholic beverages and beverages has increased by an average of 15% for approximately 1100 items.



Due to the soaring price of malt and corn and the depreciation of the yen, the import cost has increased, and the prices of shochu / chu-hi, imported wine, beer / low-malt beer, etc. have increased.



▽ The price of confectionery is increased by 11% on average for about 500 items.



In addition to poor potato crops, soaring edible oil prices and rising sugar prices have led to higher prices for snacks, chocolates, and ice cream.



▽ Bread has an average price increase of 9% for about 400 items.



Due to soaring prices of wheat and rising prices of packaging materials, prices of bread, sweet buns, and commercial bread are rising.

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